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this morning that toyota executives knew all about the accelerator problems with their vehicles and did nothing. it's an e-mail sent by a now retired toyota vice president before the big recall in january quoting now, we need to come clean, the time to hide on this one is over. we're not protecting our customers by keeping this quiet. of course we'll continue to follow that story for you. but now let's check out the weather this morning with dave price. boy, it was beautiful in many parts yesterday. some record breakers, too. >> did >>> 17 past the hour. that's our first look at your weather picture. guys? >> the whole city felt like a barbeque yesterday. >> i love it. bring on the sweat. >>> still ahead this morning, tiger woods back on tour for the first time in five months. we'll take you live it auguto a gusz take. >> also signs that the record low mortgage rates are over. you're watching "the early show" on cbs. [ male announcer ] as long as we're winding up our doing dials, let's wind 'em with precision. open our throttle to even more selection. and turn that savings swagger up full tilt.
vanished walk to go school. he's expected to serve life in prison. >>> toyota is recalling another vehicle, this time it is the sienna minivan because of rusty spare tire holders. the latest recall covers 600,000 siennas with two wheel drive from model years 1998 to 2010. toyota says rust from road salt can cause the cable that holds the spare tire to break, allowing the tire to fall off. >>> it's about 14 after the hour. here is lonnie quinn this morning with a first check of the weather. good morning, lonnie. >> now, betty, if memory serves me correctly, you're a texan girl. >> that's right. >> the reason i'm talking about texas that's write shere i see toughest weather. this low pressure system is perfectly positioned to pull in all kinds of gulf moisture. so we're talking a lot of rain there. and we're talking about maybe two to four inches and flash flood watches in effect. now, elsewhere, we have a low pressure system for the northeast. what does that mean for you? scattered showers kind of off again, on again. not as pretty as last weekend. but also the whole weekend is not a washou
is pressing the u.s. military to conduct a full investigation. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, london. >>> toyota is facing a record fine over safety problems. the government is proposing that the automaker be fined $16.4 million which is the largest amount allowed. toy is accused of hiding a dangerous defect, sticking gas pedals, that caused sudden acceleration and led to millions of recalls. the transportation department says toyota knew there was a safety problem in september but did not notify federal regulators about it until january. the company has two weeks to appeal the fine. >>> well, duke has won its fourth national college basketball championship. last night in the closing seconds, duke and butler fought for the lead and then as the clock ran down, butler's gordon hayward launched a buzzer beater that just missed. butler fans and the team is just stunned at the end of their cinderella run. duke says the win was the best championship game he has ever been in. >> i've been fortunate to be in eight national championship games and this was a classic. this wasest and the best one. >> the c
in the economy maybe, but also an inproochlt in the incentives. 0% gfinancing lured a lot in. >> even toyota. >> they did amazingly well and they knew they had to turn things around, so they did it in the best way possible, they offered people the best deals available. >> 0% pie nanfinancing. thank you. good to have you. >>> this morning the department of homeland security announces new rules for airline passengers entering the united states, tweaking security standards to focus more closely on potential terrorists. bob orr is in washington with the latest on that. >> reporter: the new measures come three months after a young nigerian man tried to bomb an airliner officer detroit. it will use fragments of information to pick potential terrorists out of the crowd. the changes are the result of a security review the president ordered after the failed christmas day attack. the new protocols will require foreign airports to use intelligence based information in addition to the watch lists and no fly he lists to determine which passengers must go through secondary screenings. one official said it
is brought by toyota, an important message for toyota owners a lot of people wondering about the recall to get the facts and latest information. back to you. >> in the news the day to mail back the census form. officials say a lot of people have yet to do so. we're on the story. >> so far only 45 % have sent back the forms. today is the official mail in the form day and for the marylanders who don't a census worker may come to their door to have you fill it out in person. the census helps butte $400 billion in funding for hospitals, schools, senior centers, public works ' projects and emergency services. the bureau board should be fraudulent of cautious census workers. workers won't ask for your social security number or contact you online. back to you. >> more information on the fire in southwest baltimore. look at video. investigators say the fire broke out in the 1100 block of west cross street right near stewart. everyone inside was able to escape. the fire started they say on the second floor but the exact cause is still under investigation. this morning, spring training report, th
. >>> toyota is expected to agree this morning to pay the largest ever automaker fine over safety laws. the $1.6 million penalty is for a four month gla reporting defective gas pedals that led to sudden acceleration. the agreement does not require an admission of wrongdoing which could help the company defend itself against lawsuits. more fines are possible as the investigation continues. >>> republicans are pushing hard against white house efforts for financial reform, but fraud charges against goldman sachs may give the obama administration the edge it needs. cbs news chief white house correspondent chip reid has the latest for us. >> reporter: over the next few weeks, president obama will take his case for wall street reform on the road arguing that the american people immediate to be protected from the big banks. >> every day we don't act, the same system that led to bailouts remains in place. with the exact same loopholes and liabilities. >> reporter: democrats had planned to bring financial reform legislation to the floor this week, but this a possible setback, republicans say they have
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